Basketball coaches teach and players learn. The two can exist side by side, but the former is more prevalent. It’s a lot more efficient, and you can recruit at a higher level too. The latter? Maybe. Maybe not.
With that said, here’s a small list of coaches to watch this summer — as of the deadline to make an announcement on what they’ll do next year — and what they have accomplished the year before:
The most notable coach of 2016 is …
Tom Crean: The Indiana coach is back for another year. The most notable thing about his tenure is that it was essentially a one-year thing. A four-year run, with a few exceptions. The year before that, he was coming off a 10-win season and didn’t quite reach the end of that run. The year before that, he was a head coach at a Big Ten institution for the first time. The year before that, he was just returning to a program that was on fire, with plenty of momentum and a new stadium. The year before that, he was still just a junior — which means the school was still going strong — but the school went through a significant transition and had to cut a bit of its basketball staff and build back its men’s program. The year after that, he was already a high-profile, successful coach on the rise with the Hoosiers, Indiana State and Purdue.
That was a year with plenty of things to brag about. The school was in the middle of a national championship that year, and he had a team that went through a ton of turnover. This season’s team, at least, has something that wasn’t there the year before. It has a lot more momentum than the year before, and has recruited a lot more high-caliber teams than it did the year before that.
That’s not bad for a one-year stint, no?
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